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    The U2 frontman, who has an older brother called Norman, revealed on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs that he didn't know about his father's other son for decades. "I do have another brother whom I love and adore that I didn't know I had, or maybe I did.” Bono on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island…

    Kendrick Lamar surpassed Drake's record as the most garlanded rapper by winning the Best Male Hip Hop Artist prize for the fifth time at the BET Awards on Sunday. The awards show, which celebrates Black excellence in music, culture and sports, was opened by Lizzo and host Taraji P. Henson wi…

    Rapper Kendrick Lamar has closed this year’s Glastonbury Festival with a powerful headline set that saw him chant “Godspeed for women’s rights” as fake blood poured down his face from a crown of thorns. Lamar, 35, ended his new song “Savior” by chanting, “they judge you, they judge Christ. Godspeed for women’s rights,” before walking off the stage at the music festival Sunday. The dramatic protest came two days after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to strip away women’s constitutional protection for abortion. The Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper was among big names including Diana Ross, Billie Eilish, and Paul McCartney to feature at the festival in southwest England, which welcomed back 200,000 music fans for the first time since 2019 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Bluegrass players gathered at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol, Virginia on Saturday for the monthly Bluegrass Jam Session. The group filled the room with classic bluegrass sounds of banjos, fiddles and a standup bass.

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